Nutrtion on the Go

P.E.A.R Programs cares about you and your body so lets get blending and fill up with energy. Here is a fun and tasty idea that can be used as a snack or a quick breakfast fix for you and your kid. It’s simple to make, delicious and nutritious.

Banana Oat Smoothie
1 cup milk
1 cup of uncooked oatmeal
1 whole banana
Sprinkle some Cinnamon or honey for additional flavoring.

Health Benefits
The combination of these three ingredients contain a whole lot of vitamins and minerals to keep you fit, healthy and strong. A glassful of milk with oatmeal and a banana contains vitamin A & B for good eyesight, carbohydrates for vitality and energy, potassium for proper brain function, magnesium for muscular function, phosphorous for energy release, protein for body repair and growth.

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  • Nursdia

    Hi,
    I’m happy to share it with you – for the most part. Although I’m not
    100% raw, I do try my best to eat as many raw fruits and veggies.I hope you enjoyed Joy’s pre-workout smoothie that I shared with you the other day.

  • Sdia

    Hi,I’m happy to share it with you – for the most part. Although I’m not 100%
    raw, I do try my best to eat as many raw fruits and veggies.I hope you
    enjoyed Joy’s pre-workout smoothie that I shared with you the other day.
    Eating
    for Energy

     

  • Asdia

     Hi,
    I’m happy to share it with you – for the most part. Although I’m not 100%
    raw, I do try my best to eat as many raw fruits and veggies. I asked her if she could record a few raw food recipes for you guys… And so she did.

    Eating
    for Energy

  • Melissa

    Great post!

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